San Pablo announced this Wednesday that Hernán Crespo ceased to be the coach of the Brazilian giant, after just eight months in office.
With a statement on their social networks, the Tricolor affirmed that the departure of the Argentine DT was “by mutual agreement” with the directive and with him the entire coaching staff composed of Juan Branda (technical assistant), Alejandro Kohan and Gustavo Sato (physical trainers), Gustavo Nepote (goalkeeper coach) and Tobías Kohan (performance analyst).
San Pablo reports that in the eight months as DT, Crespo led the team in winning the Paulista Championship, in 53 games, with 24 victories, 19 draws and ten defeats, obtaining 57.23% of the points. . The team was also commanded in four other games by assistant Juan Branda, when the Argentine was recovering from Covid-19.
“São Paulo thanks the professionals for the work and dedication shown throughout the period in which they defended our colors, and for winning the state title, a triumph that has not been achieved since 2005. Immediately, the Club will open a search process in the market by the new coach, “the statement closed.
Hernán Crespo left to try his luck in Brazilian soccer, after winning the historic South American Cup title with Defense and Justice. His name always appears among the possible candidates to succeed Marcelo Gallardo in River Plate and, today, it is also mentioned as of interest to San Lorenzo, in case Paolo Montero did not continue.